Key details
Type of institution
University
Year established
1887
Total students
18,086
On campus accomodation
Available
About
Founded in 1887, Troy University is a public university with a global reach and a culture of caring students, regardless of where they are in their academic journeys. Troy offers more than 110 undergraduate and 50 graduate programs.
Troy University prepares students to succeed in real world like no other university. Students will meet classmates from 84 nations who speak 80 languages, they will also have the opportunity to study abroad. Professors at the university are not only well grounded in their academic disciplines but also dedicated in preparing students to compete at international stage. Universitys dedicated faculty and staff promote discovery and exploration of knowledge and its application to life-long success through effective teaching, service, creative partnerships, scholarship and research.
Troy University is comprised of a network of campuses throughout Alabama and worldwide. The University provides a variety of educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels for a diverse student body in traditional, non traditional and emerging electronic formats. Academic programs are supported by a variety of student services which promote the welfare of the individual student. globe icon Visit Website
Rankings
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Accreditations
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Campuses

Dothan Campus - Troy University

500 University Drive, Dothan, Alabama, 36303

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Montgomery Campus - Troy University

231 Montgomery Street, Montgomery, Alabama, 36104

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Phenix City Campus - Troy University

One University Place, Phenix City, Alabama, 36869

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Troy Campus - Troy University

University Avenue, Troy, Alabama, 36082

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